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Re: Hamm and 3com's 905 PCI.

My experience was that:

3Com is now selling the 3c905B card.  Notice the "B".  Drivers
for this appeared in the 2.0.34 kernel.

The boot-floppies I used had 2.0.33.

- Marsh

-----Original Message-----
From: Liran Zvibel <liranz@math.tau.ac.il>
To: debian-testing@lists.debian.org <debian-testing@lists.debian.org>; Debian
Mailing List <debian-user@lists.debian.org>
Date: Wednesday, July 29, 1998 12:25
Subject: Hamm and 3com's 905 PCI.

>After using Debian 2.0 at home (and enjoying it very much) I decided to
>bring it to work, install it on some computers and show the world that
>Debian is better then both Win.NT and RedHat5.1.
>Well, I didn't bring the CD with me since I knew that I can have it here
>through NFS.
>The problem is that the installation floppies (the drv1440, I mean)
>doesn't have 3com 90x PCI drivers, and I can't work. (I'm writing this
>from my other computer that has RedHat (that will hopefully become
>Debian as soon as I can get it to work with the network card)).

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